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May 15, 2013 11:30pm PDT
ridiculous. >> what does that say to you? >> it says to me that the city is off the hook and something needs to be done to try and control this stuff. >> witnesses helped police track down the suspects in the neighborhood, and just a few hours ago police say they found a gun along a path. alan wang reporting live at police headquarters in vallejo, abc7 news. >> alan, thank you. >>> police say a woman found dead at a san jose holiday ip express -- holiday ip express suffered an intense struggle before she died. a cleaning crew found her body this afternoon. police say they did not found a weapon and are not sure if she died at the hotel. an autopsy should help determine what happened to her. >>> a tragic ending to tell you about tonight in the search for a missing san francisco girl with severe autism. the body of 9-year-old makayla limp was found in a creek -- makayla lynch. she wandered away on sunday launching a desperate and massive search that involved hundreds of people trying to find this little girl. there is no evidence of foul play. >>> the acting commissioner of the irs has r
May 18, 2013 6:30pm PDT
new york city. there would be a group of people that would do the kind of damage that these group of protesters did. they would try to set it on fire and try to break into our house. those have been rare events. and have involved an extreme group of people. >> he says looking back, he wishes he would have handled the protests better. since, they have worked out new procedures to minimize violence in the future. he says he's nervous about becoming a physics professor. he says he's always found teaching to be a bit of a challenge. he's worried he won't live up to expectations with his students. we wish him the best. on to ap now, advanced placement courses may give students a leg up getting into college. they are asking if the ap program is living up to its promise. >> they are brushing up at lowell high school prepping for the ap program. advanced placement classes like this one are college level courses, so they are hard. so hard that they have ten commandments to keep it in check. >> thou shall not cram. thou shall get sleep. >> some take it to heart. >> i think it's fine. i'm no
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May 16, 2013 11:00pm EDT
many have been stifled >> they may have not even thought about coming into this city. >> they also stifle ways to get around town >> why can't everyone? >> because bureaucrats are against the little guys. tonight.
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May 13, 2013 2:00pm PDT
associated press and journalists affecting ap bureaus in new york city. hartford, connecticut and the house of representatives. the letter sta
May 15, 2013 5:00pm PDT
centro del paÍs. >> ustedes en oklahoma city, en kansas van a estar batallando con estas condiciones del tiempo bastante peligrosas porque al mismo tiempo se espera hasta aviso de tornados, granizos y fuertes vientos. >> mientras al otro extremo del paÍs todo el sureste con condiciones estables. >> nada significativo al otro extremo del paÍs tenemos inestabilidad en el noroeste siguen fuertes lluvias desde porciones de nuevo mÉxico para ustedes sobre denver colorado. >> patrÓn del tiempo que va a continuar para el fin de semana, prÁcticamente planicies del sur mucha inestabilidad. >> toda la actividad se debe a una masa de aire bastante frÍa que estÁ interactuando con otra masa de aire bastante caliente humedad del golfo de mÉxico como resultado adquirimos condiciones severas en el centro del paÍs asÍ que una que otra actividad de precipitaciÓn hacia el sur de la florida 82 grados la pregunta ¿dÓnde conseguimos condiciones grados porque el resto del paÍs estÁ experimentando temperaturas 3 dÍgitos, nosotros en los Ángeles con maxima de 70 grados mientras el termÓmetr
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May 19, 2013 2:00am EDT
blood. the defense says it is a racist prosecution of an inner city doctor doing his best for poor women with no where else to turn. now, the jury would hear from people who actually worked in the clinic. what they saw. and what they did. march 18 began a five week parade of witnesses for the prosecution. to peter boyer, the trial testimony lent a new dimension to the who are horrifying dimensions of the grand jury report. >> the first employees to testify was adrian mot testimony o. she told the court that she had snipped the spines of ten babies who had been born alive. she did these things and was asked did was that murder did you consider it wrong. she said at first i didn't. >> bret: the testimony captured for boyer with the german philosopher talking about the holocaust called the benality of evil. >> another are woman who gave testimony, a young woman named linda williams. she talked about the snipping of the spinal cord and she was asked did you have any aware eps that this was murder and she -- awareness that that was murder and she told the jury i only do what i'm told to
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May 18, 2013 12:00pm EDT
active doubt and rebuild cities and count rows and had techinal and high- tech education and what happens, they come back and looking to deputy in to civilian life and looking to get a job. >> the first two graduates of the viper program received their degrees today. christina, a national combat medic and adam, who served in the marines earned degrees. and burrows hopes to open her holistic center. and adams wants to be a state troper. they are grateful for the tunes. >> i think every school should have a program like this. every school around because it is very hard to transition. >> the viper program helped me to feel like i was recognized for all of the service and sacrifice that i had to go through. that motivated me to excel in school. >> and warren don't community college offers many courses on line. they can earn their degrees while stationed anywhere in the world. >> that is a fantastic program, thank you very much. >> the saga of a maryland 7-year-old suspended from school for nibbling a pastry poi gun. john was suspended in march for chewing a pop ta rt in the shape of t
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May 14, 2013 6:00pm EDT
, the hotel in new york city has a pair of quote, unquote, funky underwear for a mere $20. i didn't write that. make it charming and personal, but i'll wear my own underwear k thank you very much. that's my two cents more. that's all for tonight's willis report. thank you very much. have a great night. we'll see you back here tomorrow. ♪ lou: good evening, everybody. thank you for being with us. the obama white house facing the prospect of a looming constitutional crisis, a political crisis that the president and his inner circle seems to worsen with each passing day. the president and hiss -- his staff defending the administration against there's controversies and scandals now forcing the president to pivot focus on the presidential legacy to the presidential future. the benghazi coverup, the irs enemies list, targeting conservatives, and now the justice department must account for the extraordinary seizure of the phone records of t
May 15, 2013 6:00am EDT
and of the city grants dollars. we have four states that get more than half of the funding. and add up -- and equitable use of guns that should be spent equally. my amendment restructure's the grant so states can receive $5 per enrolled individual indexed for inflation. and this way all recipients have equal access to nutrition, education and obesity prevention resources that help them to make healthy choices when their shopping on a budget. i wouldon in savings say. again, in a way that i think makes sense and allows us to continue to do what we need to do to educate people about this program and does it in a more equitable way. i would ask for a recorded vote on this amendment. >> thank you. example of the program,s in the snap and this is an opportunity to the amendment to fix it. four states get 50 percent of the benefit of this. i cannot imagine there was ever of thoughts by any member that literally this program would be designed in such a way that it would be on the floor of the senate saying to 46 states you will be treated unequally and you will get a better deal here. i ju
May 13, 2013 6:00pm EDT
more and more efficient t. payback period is shrinking. have you seen that solar city? that elon musk thing? more important the chinese, the chinese -- they've stopped dunk their product -- dumping their product all over the world, because they have been losing so much money. the prices are rising in europe. and just last week, first solar said it sold out of solar panels into the third quarter of this year. i like that, hence, why first solar doubled in the first few months. now, that won't immediately translate into more business for applied materials solar division because there is so much more applied capacity. now the market is coming back without the aid of government subsidy, i have to believe a year down the road, all this demand will start trickleing down the food chain into the demand and the energy division makes the best in the business. that's why i think shutting down this solar makes it a separate entity to make sure it is viable while people wait for the solar resurgence and make it, yes, indeed, so it's a little hotter. you get this breakup, i think it can go a l
May 15, 2013 3:00pm PDT
this would have been inner city because we saw how many kids have died there. and just like i said, if will smith's kids were killed in chicago, it would get lots of coverage, but those are not the kinds of kids being killed every day. i do -- i hate the whole liberal bias thing. i think it is usually overblown and ridiculous, i do think there is a concern on the part of some writers who probably feel like i do, which is they believe in some form of reproductive rights, but they also believe what kermit goznell did was horrific, and if you give too much weight to a case like this it gives creed dance and power to those who say, ah-ha, that's what pro choice is all about. >> michael: yeah they seem to tiptoe around it because there was a fear that if it got too much attention it would be a problem. keli we always have a good time when we talk, but i did want to leave with something light because we always have a good time. so let's talk about speaker of the house john boehner. check out this story in the national enquirer the marriage of boehner's daughter lindsay. this guy a jamaic
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May 18, 2013 8:00pm EDT
into this city. >> they also stifle ways to get around town. >> why can'tveryone? >> because bureaucrats are against the little guys. tonight.
May 12, 2013 1:00pm PDT
against the city? >> boy, don't you wish? the answer is civil lawsuits against the police for failing to do a good investigation are extremely difficult, if not impossible, because they enjoy immunity. also perfect immunity under what's called the castlerock rule, even if cops know someone is in danger and just don't do anything about it, you can't sue them. so it is a tough case. only possibility i see here is if you can show that the cops intentionally didn't do a good job in violation of these women's civil rights. in other words, they looked the other way because of their gender or their ethnicity or their race. then you get a good lawsuit, at least you can file a good lawsuit on the ground their constitutional civil rights were violated but they don't yet have evidence that even if the police didn't do a good investigation they didn't do a good investigation because they were discriminating against the victims. >> wendy murphy, thanks very much for your insight. >> you're welcome. >>> o.j. simpson wants a new trial. we'll tell you the argument his lawyers are making that could ac
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May 16, 2013 3:00pm PDT
experienced. nanother tornado touched down 25 miles away inically bourn a city of 30,000. the storm took out homes and cars and power lines. >> we felt the pressure inside of the closest. everybody's ears were pop anding my daughter is cry asking it lasted 4 or 5 machines. >> no deaths were reported in cleburne but the mayor declared a state of the emergency to start the resident to rebuild. >> it strikes home hard as i see them come out and they are seeing the damages that we are dealing with. >> the national weather service out of fort worth said this storm system generated ten separate tornados. >> casy, thank you. >> two more potential problems for the administration and two on-going scandals and the president addressed the press in the rain in the rose garden. we'll go over it with our all-stars when we return. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i need help selling art. [ male announcer ] from broadband to web hosting to mobile apps, small business solutions from at&t have the security you need to get you there. call u
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May 14, 2013 1:00pm PDT
dana perino. it's 5:00 in new york city and slightly balmy. >> greg: one week ago president obama said this about government. >> you have grown up hearing voices that incessantly warn of government is nothing more than a some sinister entity at the root of all our problems, you should reject all these voices, because what they suggest that our our unique experiment in self rule is a sham which
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May 17, 2013 5:00pm EDT
off a lot it lose value of around the city's image that is not the case with the range rover. it is the opposite but high access to a the brand and that is a recipe for success melissa: i guess the economy is doing better than i think. any plans to step up production? are the dealers mad? >> there always mad at me. they know we have a proliferation project we are just launching range rover four point* $6 billion per year. melissa: a good sign for the economy. carl icahn chalking up are rare loss of a major stakeholder in transocean and the offshore drilling a jan but they rejected a $4 per share dividend. not to a total loss however he did win a seat on the company's board shares closed down more than 1% today. the energy department approved a second terminal to liquefied natural gas and report energy is allowed to export 1.4 billion cubic feet of 20 more requests are currently waiting for approval and oil futures climbed for the third straight session by solid economic data. rising close and hundred dollars a barrel and privacy fears coming hand in hand now congress is stepping in.
May 13, 2013 8:30am EDT
sum of money, they ordered him to be whipped, to be dragged across the city of london while being scorned from one city gate to another. then two days later, to be dragged out across. many people thinking -- many people think that he would die but again less cockroaches during a nuclear war. he does not die. he was also sentenced -- [inaudible]. he was sentenced to life imprisonment and he was defrocked. could no longer call himself an anglican. this all happened in 1785 or so. sorry for the microphone problems. about five years later, history students may know that the glorious revolution happened. james the second is kicked out of england. william and mary come to england to take over the throne. and as the price for the throne, parliament requires that they accept this new english bill of rights come to the greed of their power limited by the english bill of rights. one of the provisions in the english bill of rights was a pro like -- against cruel and unusual punishment. in the very year after the english bill of rights was adopted, who shows up in parliament with a petition t
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May 15, 2013 6:00pm EDT
investigatory journalism alphabet journalist in new york city had them and they had a standing request over the dark pools of money in one day appeared materials submitted to the irs by some of the two-party groups that had not been approved. in other words, what would appear to be private information. they are not clear if it was a misttke or intentional. what do you make of that information, alan? >> i am not famillar with that incidence or should not speak to that specifically but it does illustrate something else to be investigated. >> we don't just have that we now have a lawsuit by the national organization for marriage which had the irs tax returns also illegally disclosed to someone who was a major fund-raiser for the president and we have clear evidence this came out of the irs because the stamps were on the document. that is a pattern and practice of illegal behavior gerri: waiting for the president to take the podium he will talk about where conservative anti-party groups were targeted for application for tax-exempt status. the irs is a very very strong and large organizatio
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May 18, 2013 10:00am EDT
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May 20, 2013 12:00pm EDT
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May 17, 2013 12:00am PDT
theater they are at. they crackdown hard on new york city. i had problems and i was looking ity time. >> knowing kevin we don't want to know what kind of theater was. >> that's why the key question. >> i was going to say -- he said it was bench seating. >> bench seating. >> you know, i am beginning to think that there is another side of kevin williamson. >> i think the real villain is the theater management. they should have done something. jay see something, say -- >> see something, say something. then throw something and smear something on your chest. >> you just added that. >> you didn't like the fact they used invitro in meat to describe this. they need to rebrand this? how about in meatro this? >> that sounds like the film kevin was watching. >> bands in the 80s who are busted for lip syncing. >> it is a nirvana tribute band. >> greg you said it is like having sex with a blowup doll. it is not the same. i guess it is cool to admit on national tv you had sex with a blowup doll. >> no, a friend tommed -- told me. >> what is your friend's name? >> greg. >> it was another greg? >> g
May 14, 2013 2:00pm EDT
ceo of citi mortgage tells us how the housing comeback is affecting that financial giant's bottom line. kayla tausche is with me today. we look forward to seeing you at the top of the hour. meantime, more "street signs" coming your way in just a moment. ♪ [ agent smith ] i've found software that intrigues me. it appears it's an agent of good. ♪ [ agent smith ] ge software connects patients to nurses to the right machines while dramatically reducing waiting time. [ telephone ringing ] now a waiting room is just a room. [ static warbles ] ♪ here we are, me and you ♪ on the road ♪ and we know that it goes on and on ♪ [ female announcer ] you're the boss of your life. in charge of making memories and keeping promises. ask your financial professional how lincoln financial can help you take charge of your future. ♪ ♪ oh, oh, all the way ♪ oh, oh with the innovating and the transforming and the revolutionizing. it's enough to make you forget that you're flying five hundred miles an hour on a chair that just became a bed. you see, we're doing some changing of our own. ah
May 17, 2013 3:00pm PDT
, bountiful being the city that my character and mama watts are from. that is the house that she's trying to get back to the entire play. there's a lot of themes of home and what home means you to and family means to you that he seems particular a mother and son expressing their love not just for each other but for the existence that they feel that god has created for them. >> what made you decide to do it? >> sicily tyson and broadway. my wife and i have three kids two, boys, soon off to college and one little girl that is seven and sarah and i know that how over indulgent it is to be away from the family on stage for this -- this is a seven or eight-month commitment for me since the play got extended to september. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> she knew it would be hard for me to be in the lives of the kids as i have always been but knew it was time and i said to her, this has been a life stream and now i finally get to realize it. i love her and my family for allowing me this indulgence. and i started on stage in high school, like you say, doing shakespeare festivals and what not. t
May 13, 2013 3:00pm PDT
tonight with breaking news here on channel 3 news at 7:00. city hall officials are confirming reports that amanda berry and gina dejesus, two cleveland woman who have been missing ten years and nine years respectively have been found and they have been found alive. >> they are alive. it is the moment that northeast ohio has been waiting for. amanda berry, gina dejesus found, held captive in a home miles from where they were a decade ago. >> a week later and we're seeing dramatic new cell phone video shot by two women driving down the street that day. you can see police officers breaking down that door that had kept amanda berry, gina dejesus and michelle knight locked inside for so many years. amanda berry, who was first to break out of the house with her 6-year-old daughter, is advice nl there on the sidewalk. one of the witnesses described the emotional moment. >> amanda berry was crying, she had her kid in her arms. she was saying that she needed help, that they were in danger. she just kept hugging the cop and saying, keep me projected. gina was shaking. she was scared. amanda was sad
May 13, 2013 3:00am PDT
of new york city. that was joe at eureka college on saturday. >> what a great place. a special place. >> i'm telling you. they were talking about it. they were very happy. >> wonderful. >>> joining us is the best selling authorest and award winning journalist carl bernstein. first from the "the washington post." a bedrock principle of u.s. ghox democracy. the law is blind to political vup and so are its enforcers especially the fbi and irs. any violation of this principle threatens the trust and voluntary cooperation of citizens upon which this democracy depends so appalling to learn on friday the irs had improperly targeted conservative groups for joe klein writes the irs mess and this is in "time." yet again an example of democrats simply not managing the government properly and with discipline. this is just poisonous at a time of skepticism about the efficient cass y efficacy. the president's unwilling to concentrate obsessively on making sure that government is managed efficiently will be part of his regullegacy. i don't think obama wanted to be on the same page as richard nixon.
May 14, 2013 6:00am EDT
you guys in new york city. 24 in saranac lake. >> wasn't that a record andrew a codest night ever in may on the east coast? >> i don't know about the entire east coast. i can tell you one of the wild weather stories we get, and we also put fargo in the mix, fargo between sunday and yesterday went up 20 degrees. thank goodness it's not snowing this morning there in upstate new york. i think we're done with the snow. let's hope so. >> thank you for that. we haven't had any snow but i would like some 75 80. but it's probably going to go straight to 90. we've got nothing -- that happens a lot in -- >> you know my sister now lives out in denver. i think i told you. there was snow. >> i know. >> 300 days a year. it is nice. we're going to go overseas to japan. the nikkei slipping into negative territory for the first time in three sessions. the dollar dipping against the yen after finally striking that all-important 100 mark. joining us now from singapore this morning with his take on the japan story is adrian mowatz, the chief asian and emerging equity strategist at jpmorgan securities
May 17, 2013 11:00am PDT
cities have even invited the boston runners who never were able to finish that race to just come on over and compete in their events. our tom foreman has more in today's american journey. >> reporter: across the country, ever since the bombings, thousands of runners and dozens of races have taken to the roads in the name of boston. many wearing special signs of their support, offering respect and raising money for victims. >> after i heard what they were doing for the people that didn't finish and then i researched a little bit on what this marathon was for, it just made sense to do something because it is just something special, you know, to be part of something like this. >> reporter: it has been a tough year in the running community as two premiere competitions were swept up in events far bigger than any sport. the new york marathon was canceled in the wake of superstorm sandy. >> it is with incredibly heavy hearts today, tonight, that we share that the best way to help new york city at this time is to say that we will not be conducting the 2012 ing new york city marathon. >> rep
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May 12, 2013 5:00pm PDT
weekend. and welcome tot huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. all right, on monday, i said on my radio show that i believe that the lies and coverups regarding what happened in benghazi last september 11th could bring an end to barack obama's presidency. i compared it to watergate. that's in president brought down by deception and a methodical attempt to cover the deception. i wasn't saying that for dramatic effect or for rhetorical hyperbole. as a recognition that americans will forgive its leaders for mistakes, even serious mistakes but not for intentionally cunningly and repeatedly lying to them and then attempting to cover the lies. the deception of the truth add deflexion from the truth ends in defection of the people. i was joined g by former u.n. ambassador john handling of the fiasco happen long ago which doesn't matter. i see it as it a serious threat to the office of the president. among those who reacted were among those who o suggested i wanted those out of office. anybody who says that doesn't know me very well. i don't care much for the policies of thi
May 16, 2013 12:00am PDT
studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: it was 25 yearsing that roe wall daal wrote a children's novel with very adult themes. it was called xwhat tilda." in 2010 that well-loved story came to the theater, tild set records when its west end production won a total of seven olivier awards. it opens odd broadway and is contending 123r tonys. >> what about rules, honey. rules? >> i believe that matilda wormwood is an exception to the rules. >> an exception? to the rules? in my school? ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ we can have our cake and eat it too ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> rose: bertie carvel plays the villain miss trunchbull. tim minchin is a comedian and musical songwriter, dennis kelly is the playwright for "matilda" and director matthew warchus. it's got tremendous reviews on the west end where it won oliviers and here where it nominated for 12 tonys. how did all of this -- you're here sitting at this table. how did it come together? >> well, the royal smax spear company had acquired the rights to matilda and to some sort of theatrical production and as far as i know they app
May 14, 2013 7:00am PDT
city. brothers was indeed a pioneer with her first advice show airing on nbc back in 1958. in recent years she was a frequent guest here on msnbc. dr. joyce brothers was 85 years old. if you've got it, you know how hard it can be to breathe and man, you know how that feels. copd includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. spiriva is a once-daily inhaled copd maintenance treatment that helps open my obstructed airways for a full 24 hours. you know, spiriva helps me breathe easier. spiriva handihaler tiotropium bromide inhalation powder does not replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms. tell your doctor if you have kidney problems, glaucoma, trouble urinating, or an enlarged prostate. these may worsen with spiriva. discuss all medicines you take, even eye drops. stop taking spiriva and seek immediate medical help if your breathing suddenly worsens, your throat or tongue swells, you get hives, vision changes or eye pain, or problems passing urine. other side effects include dry mouth and constipation. nothing can reverse copd. spiriva helps me breathe better. does breathing with
May 16, 2013 8:00pm PDT
collapse of the plaza which held several garment factories in a suburb of the capital city of dhaka. the plaza was built on a swamp without proper permits. according to the country's chief engineer, three of its stories were added illegally. people knew the plaza was unsafe before it collapsed. yet thousands of people came to work that day, many pressured by their employers regardless of the dire conditions. in the aftermath of the tragedy, bangladesh now finds itself mired in complete, total social and political upheaval. earlier this week reports of as many as 300 factories near dhaka were temporarily shuttered due to worker unrest. late last week a woman was pulled out of the rubble alive after being trapped for 17 days. i never dreamed i'd see the daylight again, she told local tv. she's one of the lucky ones. the righteous and deserved rage from all corners of bangladesh and around the world has intensified pressure on clothing retailers prompting some global brands to sign ton a landmark groundbreaking international safety pact. the plan requires companies to have rigorous ind
May 19, 2013 6:00am EDT
in a city, you are often in a rent controlled apartment or an apartment where heating is included. imagine as a young person living contractgton, your and said he'd and electricity included. heat and electricity included. so if you're in a low-income family, you do not pay a heating bill every month. . it is included in your rent. policymakerss and decided, well, just beside -- just because you're a hard- working person that is not have a heating bill you paid uniquely, you're still eligible to receive food stamps under the efficiencies. because the way we try to make government more efficient, if you are a low income, hard- working family, and you qualify for assistance under one federal program, we do not make you fill out the paperwork again. we do not make you say -- you need to prove you are earning $20,000 a year again. they just say -- you qualify, you are at the par party level, and we think you and your children deserve the support that we can provide. so under this program, if you are in an apartment building where your heat included, and you are low income, you may rece
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May 18, 2013 6:00am EDT
: like what? let's see you're walking on a city street. are you just walking into light posts? >> you're getting information. according to the gu i'm talking to, you're getting information on which of your friends is in the neighborhood, which coffee shop is -- neil: oh, i thought it told you about a light post before you ran into 'em. >> casinos are already banning these things, you can't be on the gambling loor. think about it, if you pair those thinged with implantable microchips which are coming down the line, this is not too far away from human and computer merging. neil: i can't see you get too far in a casino. >> you'llet some old-fashioned technology. neil: 're going to wrap those glasses around your face. [laughtee] anyway, maybe you don't have to fly commando after all. american bucking the industry fee for all by offering free earlyoarding for customers with limited carry-on luggage. keith, what do you make of this? a sign an airline can have a guilt complex? >> i fly an awful lot for what i do, and i'm glad to see this, but i think they ought to just get over it. people are g
May 19, 2013 7:00pm EDT
230,000 tickets in two days in japan. we did 90,000 people in moscow, 190,000 people in mexico city alone. >> logan: john branca is an executor of michael jackson's estate; an architect, if you will, of how to make money off his legacy, most of which will eventually be turned over to jackson's three children. branca was jackson's lawyer and advisor off and on for over 25 years and negotiated many of the singer's biggest deals during his lifetime. it's just unbelievable. michael jackson sells more tickets dead than most artists do alive. >> branca: that is absolutely true. worldwide box office now is over $300 million, and michael has almost 60 million facebook friends. he's the biggest-selling artist on itunes, and he's sold approximately 50 million albums since he passed away. >> logan: it feels like you can't talk about all those great things about michael without talking about the fact that his image was so battered and tarnished by the time of his death. have his fans just forgotten about all of that? about all the weirdness? >> branca: as managers of the estate, we don't really
May 16, 2013 12:00am PDT
very bad week. >>> we came to the city tonight because it's been one month since the bombings that change sod many lives. tonight, new details about the manhunt for the tsarnaev brothers, what happened that night in watertown and the shootout with police. >>> and the latest on the investigation, and i speak with adrienne davis, a dance instructor who lost the leg in the attack. we'll find out how she's doing one month into her recovery. >>> disturbing new information about what allegedly went on inside ariel castro's house in cleveland. new word from a law enforcement source about the horror the three women endured. >>> breaking news on two fronts. the irs scandal and the response to the benghazi attack that left four americans dead. a short time ago, president obama spoke out. the president announced that the acting commissioner of the irs was forced out and the president promised his administration will work with congress to make sure nothing like this happens again. the reach that it has in all of our lives. and as i said earlier, it should not matter what political stripe you'r
May 17, 2013 7:00pm EDT
winner's share, around $150 million in this case. depending on the city and state where the winner live, it could be a few million more in taxes. let say one person wins and takes a lump sum payout, the winner will get right around $200 million after taxes. >> i'd take i. i think you are right. the real winner the government. >> did you get a ticket? >> i won't do it. it's a kind of principal. i think it's awful. it's a matter of principal. >> that is working against you. >> thanks very much. >>> for years the kudlow report has been calling on washington to reform corporate taxes and get the billions of dollars of cash parked overseas back into this country. now, apple ceo tim cook is trying to get this done. good for him. beef got that story coming up next. (phone ringing) good afternoon. chase sapphire. (push button tone) this is stacy from springfield. oh whoa. hello? yes. i didn't realize i'd be talking to an actual person. you don't need to press "0," i'm here. reach a person, not a prompt whenever you call chase sapphire. why should saturday night have all the fun? get two times t
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May 15, 2013 4:00pm EDT
well. liz: without cisco in the early days of the internet, didn't have it, wired the entire city of london for the london olympics, miles and miles of cable, and cisco says to dow johns news wire, seeing good signs in the u.s. and other parts of the world is encouraging. they beat on the top and bottom line with the sequester in place. they get a lot of government contracts, todd, and they were not bothered by that. >> you know, they are very solid. they are a company that usually underestimates and over delivers anywayment i like them. they are a good solid company, not one that i trade bus they don't move. they are stable in the way they trade. as you tell being unone and a third percent this year, a good beat, good news story for the markets because it's nice to see a company beat on the top and bottom lines. david: particularly based on the which economy itself. the economy improve, only hope that's true. bruno, i teased h&r block mentioning the fact hemming funds include it now. why do you like h&r block right now? >> yeah, looking at the action from hedge funds, tiger add a si
May 13, 2013 1:00am PDT
fatal attraction to travis alexander. >> an attraction that began in, of all places, sin city. >> we were there for a convention. our company had had a big event there. i was there in las vegas with him. >> travis alexander was a motivational speaker. compelling, and effective. he was also a close friend and co-worker of david hughes. in the fall of 2006. >> and i knew that he was single, and he was always looking for miss alexander. >> enter saleswoman and aspiring photographer jodi arias. >> and i told travis, hey, there's this cute girl that i work with, you should meet her. he goes, introduce me. so i introduced them, and then they were able to develop a relationship pretty quickly from there. >> they met in vegas. the night they met, it seemed that they -- things heated up very quickly because jodi arias has said within a week or so, they're having sex in the car. >> jodi and travis had an instant physical connection, a whirlwind romance. but a long-distance one, with her in palm desert, california, and him five hours away in mesa, arizona. still, that wouldn't slow them down. s
May 14, 2013 11:00pm PDT
democracy. >> the city we live in, sam stein, is packed with so-called -- what do you call them? think tanks. every one of them with dedicated senior fellow this, senior fellow that. just to push a political argument. i mean, it's all over this town. all -- >> you know -- >> the problem with this as chuck alluded to is that instead of going after the big fish, which there might have been reason to do for the irs, they went after the little guys. they ended up making this process incredibly problematic and burdensome for mom and pop shops so to speak. that's one major problem. the other one you have to understand the political climate in 2010-2011 was a lot different than it was now. there were several democratic senators begging the irs practically to go after conservative 501 c 4 groups because they were convinced that in the post citizens united world they were going to pop up and become influential -- >> they're not saying that here in this ig report. >> of course not. >> people who are concerned about the targeting, in other words, conservatives, i would think. >> yes. that's what
May 14, 2013 5:00pm PDT
the cleveland "plain dealer" michelle spent most of her life here on the city's west side. those were happier days when she fed apples to the neighbor's pony and helped her mom in the vegetable garden. michelle reportedly dreamed of becoming a veterinarian. back then, she had a nickname, too. shorty. life got messy about four years before her abduction, when she got pregnant. michelle dropped out of school to have her baby. but lost custody of the toddler after her own mother's abusive boyfriend injured the child. why michelle was taken is anybody's guess. but she may have had it the worst during her years inside ariel castro's house. according to the police report, least two weeks, then he repeatedly punched her in the stomach until she miscarried. but when amanda berry was pregnant, castro turned to michelle to deliver the baby. michelle told investigators castro threatened to kill her if the baby died. when the baby stopped breathing at one point, michelle did cpr, likely saving both their lives. michelle's mother says she wants to reunite with her daughter, but was stonewalle
May 15, 2013 11:00am PDT
secrecy in the city. i will also hold myself as president to a new standard. >> society rnc at least believes they have some legs here. are they overplaying their hand already. you even have conservative charles hummer saying let the facts speak for them. don't overplay, but the ads are out. >> that's the problem in washington today. everyone wants to use these for political purposes. look, there are legitimate things we've got to cure. in the irs scandal, obviously what happened is bad. the people that did it should be held responsible and i think fired. but we should take a look at what is a social welfare group that is tax exempt. clearly, bill burton's group on our side wasn't a coin and never shouldn't have been declared tax exempt. neither is carl rhodes to fix the problem. same thing with the shield law. fix it and agree on a bipartisan solution and good lord, let's get back to the business at hand in the country which is the fiscal situation, fixing the debt, immigration, energy, infrastructure, all the things, job creation. good lord, there are people out there desperately l
May 13, 2013 8:00pm EDT
to going to pay my tribute to the people of that remarkable city and we will always stand with you in the fight against terrorism. thank you for the remarks about cricket and basketball. i have not made much progress. i made some progress on baseball, so maybe next time we will work on that one. thes good to be back for first time since the american people return due to office, and as you say, the relationship between britain and the united states is a partnership without parallel. day in, day out, around the world, diplomats and intelligence agencies work together, our soldiers serve together, and our businesses trade with each other. our armed forces are defending the stability that will make us all safer and in the global economic race, our businesses are doing more than $17 billion of trade across the atlantic every month of every year. in a changing world, our nations share a resolve to stand up to, terprise and freedom. we have discussed many issues today. let me highlight three. the economy, the g8, and syria. our greatest challenges to secure a sustainable economic recovery. e
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May 11, 2013 9:00pm PDT
contributor mark if you remember man and former prosecutor dan sure here with me in new york city. mark, apparently there were numerous reports from neighbors that they called about women that they say were on dog leashes in the backyard. at least one incident of a woman pounding on the window in the castro house. police say they never received these calls. did the cops drop the ball here? >> i don't believe so, judge. when you look at the neighborhood, it's kind of a rough neighborhood. i'm not saying that from personal experience. i talked to rod wheeler, who works for fox. he was a homicide detective in d.c., grew up in this neighborhood. he says, you're exactly right. it's a rough neighborhood and people sometimes, when they do call the police, they don't leave their name, they don't leave their address. hard to follow-up if you don't see the conduct that they called. did they call 911? was it recorded? did they call the local police station? did they even call at all? i think that there's -- >> i think it's interesting, mark, that you say it's a rough neighborhood. isn't that a pla
May 12, 2013 10:30pm EDT
witches in the second biggest city there. again there is a ram named von neumann and a vast me to be part of the opening and i secretly hope i can persuade somebody to translate my book into hungarian. particularly after his death , i have been away become a keeper of the flame a little to my surprise but there it is. >> host: day you feel as history is coming to meet him, his role and accomplishments and is the singular place that he occupied is becoming better known? >> maybe for a couple of reasons. one is he was in mass but he made his mark in a wide variety of fields of pure and applied mathematics and a lot of people wondered given the way the field has multiplied if ever again could do that in as many areas as he did. quite a delay w theory is a major tool of the social sciences even though that book was called theory of games and economic behavior it was then taken up for a least 20 years by economics and other social sciences. . . to make the transition to your career because i do want to spend the balance of the time on that because it is so fascinating. you mentioned going
May 19, 2013 8:00am PDT
the city of muslim community, that same team, that same team was the one that the administration came to and said, please don't print this. oversaw two wars for the associated press. this isn't their first rodeo. >> that's right. >> the ap is never compliant. the ap is responsible. >> to hold -- >> the administration is denying that this whole investigation is about that story, about the al qaeda leak story. >> it's broader than that. the question, george, that jeff raises, i think you have a third of the committee investigating the administration, it seems like the rest of the president's agenda is languishing, you ask in a column, what agenda? >> in fact, the president ran a campaign designed to defeat mitt romney, not give him real momentum going forward. those of us think there's entirely too much trust in government, if we drain the reservoir of trust, we'll be better off as republicans. >> we played in the open, michele bachmann raising the specter of impeachment. >> that's silly. it's possible to go too far. republicans can't be blamed saying that a crisis is a terrible thing t
May 13, 2013 12:30am EDT
britain cities. my government will continue legislation to update energy and infrastructure and to improve the water industry. my government is committed to a fairer society where aspirations and responsible are rewarded. to make sure every child has the best start in life regardless of background, further measures will be taken to improve the quality of education for young people. plans will be developed to help working parents with child care, increasing its availability and helping with its cost. my government will take on plan for a new national curriculum, a world-class exam system and a greater flexibility in pay for teachers. my government is always going to typical for these leaving schools to start a trainingship or apprenticeship in order to go to a university. arrangements will be put in place to help more people who own homes with government support provided for mortgages. my government is committed to supporting people who have saved for their retirement. legislation will be introduced to reform the way long-term care is paid for. to ensure that elderly don't have to s
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